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Thread: Video to Watch: Free Motion Machine Stippling

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    Thanks, I haven't used these gloves. Have you?

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    Crafty, thanks for this... She is amazing with her 365 quilting project for FMQ. Very inspiring.

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    Thank you Crafty Bear for the website. Have viewed most of the FMQ tutorials this morning and think I learned some great tips. I appreciate your postings of neat things you've found on the net . Thank you.

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    Everyone is very welcome, I love her site lots of things to learn from her, have fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feathers
    Thank you Crafty Bear for the website. Have viewed most of the FMQ tutorials this morning and think I learned some great tips. I appreciate your postings of neat things you've found on the net . Thank you.

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    Thank you for the link!

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    I have used the gloves and they work great, but I get tired of taking them off and putting them on all the time. I just recently bought Batt Scooters. They seem to work good. I can get a traction to move the quilt with them. I also saw someone on The Quilt show who says just cut pieces of the waffle shelf liner fabric, the same stuff you are supposed to put under your foot pedal.

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    By the way Crafty Bear, I love that web site. I have learned so much watching her and seeing all the different designs she uses.

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    I find that most of yrou tuts have a numer of stalls. The are really jerky with many starts and stop. Is this normal? jane

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    I find that most of yrou tuts have a numer of stalls. The are really jerky with many starts and stop. Is this normal? jane

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